|LeviCar is …||A system for personal
transportation, using modular automobiles that are driven locally on regular roads, and …|
also can travel at 300 m.p.h. on a Magnetic-Levitation (MagLev) rail system for longer distances.
|RoboTrail is …||A similar system for
freight transportation, using tractor-trailer rigs to transport cargo containers locally, and …|
using that same MagLev network to transport those same containers for long distances.
Magnetic Levitation Rail is …|
(MagLev Rail for short)
|A technology for using magnetism to raise (levitate) a vehicle above a rail
to that there is no|
mechanical friction (only air drag), and using electrical forces from
the rail to propel the vehicle forward.
|Superconducting MagLev is …
||A form of MagLev Rail, first developed in the 1960s by Drs. Gordon T. Danby and James R. Powell,
superconducting magnets, and usually on elevated rails (300 m.p.h.), or on existing rail
|LeviCar and RoboTrail can:|| make long-distance
transport vastly more energy-efficient and safer;|
and, unlike conventional railroads, travel non-stop,
and also climb steep hills and mountains easily.
|LeviCar can:|| make medium- and long- distance
travel much easier; increase the reliability of cars,|
simplify their maintenence; and assist
in the use of automated-highway systems.
|LeviCar and RoboTrail cannot:|| generate
clean energy by themselves (except for putting solar cells on the rails);  nor
can they easily cross oceans, except at certain "choke points", like the Bering Straits
and at Gibraltar.
|LeviCar and RoboTrail constitute:||On-Demand
High-Speed Rail (OD-HSR), with no schedules, minimal waiting, and no in-between
that can slow down conventional HSR. (*except for rest stops)
|LeviCar and RoboTrail …||bring the Third
Industrial Revolution to the Transportation Sector.